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Why You Should Spend Your Money In The Republic of Ireland

When the Republic of Ireland was given a choice between…

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Its people chose…

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Lifestyles

State of Play

Sunday 12th July 2015 ko 14.30

Mayo League: Super League

MANULLA 0

CASTLEBAR CELTIC 1 (O’Boyer 62)

Att 57

Entry €5

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The 4th game of this mini-Irish tour was meant to be a trip to UCD of Dublin, but their success in the Europa League qualifier the previous Thursday saw their scheduled game postponed, with no other League of Ireland games scheduled. 1,100 more words

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There was a young man

Saturday 11th July 2015 ko 18.30

League of Ireland- Premier Division

LIMERICK 2 (Faherty 33 Turner 82p)

GALWAY UNITED 4 (Keegan 12 61 74 Shanahan 81) 1,040 more words

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INTERVIEW: Irish goalkeeping legend Packie Bonner speaks to TheFutbolNetwork about his Italia 90 memories & the new Premier League season

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To celebrate the official launch of our new page, we have been rolling back the years to Italia 90. 25 years-ago Ireland shocked the world of football to reach the Quarter Finals of the World Cup. 242 more words

Premier League

Dublin, Ireland

The Next day found us with improved weather and docked in the Irish capital of Dublin. Dublin is a Viking city dating from 988. With Irish Independence in 1922, Dublin became the capital of the Republic of Ireland, today Ireland’s largest city. 1,443 more words

International

Island of Sheep

Thursday 9th July 2015 ko 19.45

Europa League 1st Qualifying Round 2nd Leg

ST PATRICK’S ATHLETIC 0

SKONTO RIGA 2 (Sorokins 37 Karasavkas 59p)

Skonto win 4-1 on aggregate… 588 more words

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Top 4 Push in Doubt for LFC as United Strengthen

It was a busy weekend for Premier League sides in the transfer market. The Raheem Sterling “transfer saga” has nearly come to its conclusion and Liverpool fans will be delighted to see the back of the player who, alongside his agent, acted very unprofessionally and disrespectfully towards the club and its manager. 664 more words

Jamie Connor